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Atlantic storm batters Cragmuir

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An Atlantic storm has reached the small town of Cragmuir on the Isle of Sialia as massive waves splash against the whisky distillery. Motorists have been advised against travel in parts of the Star Isles as the storm sweeps in on the Outer Islands. All ferry services to the Outer Islands have been halted as the storm is bringing heavy wind and rain, and visibility is expected to be reduced to zero.

As part of the Photoshop Challenge I added whitecaps to the sea, as well as waves crashing into the rocks and sea mist rising from where the waves crash against the coast. I also added several layers of fog as well as reduced saturation to parts of the scene enveloped in the clouds of the incoming storm. This is my first attempt at adding waves and clouds to a scene, I hope you all enjoy!



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